NCAC has joined a large group of organizations in opposing the continued, and growing, threats to openness, ethics and accountability created by a culture of secrecy in the US government. NCAC and its cosignatories have designated this week, which should celebrate public access to information, the Eclipse of Sunshine Week.
As millions of American students assert their First Amendment rights in protests across the country, National Coalition Against Censorship partnered with the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund to release a new comic book to help protect students’ rights.
While the bill’s sponsors contend that it aims to stop sex trafficking, the bill does not help sex trafficking victims confront their abusers but does significantly curtail online speech.
Administrators at a Delaware school district have removed Facebook comments dissenting from the District’s position on student protests planned in the wake of the Parkland shooting.
After a review committee voted to keep Tanya Lee Stone’s novel in Cody Public School libraries, the school board elected to remove it.